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Poster: Filmcollectief Zandvoort Date: May 29, 2007 9:53am
Forum: movies Subject: mp3 in the movie-section

What a mess here in the movie-section.
mp3-files are sound-files and doesn't belong to the movie-section:

http://www.archive.org/details/ahmed90

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Poster: Telephone Toughguy Date: May 30, 2007 8:47am
Forum: movies Subject: Re: mp3 in the movie-section

The people posting do not give a shit about the site's integrity and not enough people are outraged about it. I thought I was one of maybe 2 others who even gave a crap. Welcome to my world... The jihadi movie pirates and spammers infest this place and dilute the database and quality of an otherwise brilliant website.

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Poster: Filmcollectief Zandvoort Date: May 30, 2007 1:21pm
Forum: movies Subject: Re: mp3 in the movie-section

The problem with archive.org is that there are not much people working, I think. So being positive and sending emails on a regular base to the people I know now inside archive.org will help. There is for example a simple solution. Make an extra field for every item, audio, video, books or whatever and if not filled in correctly within 48 hour, the posting will be deleted automatically. And if filled in as UK or USA and it is terrorist-propaganda, it can be marked as probably wrong. Item should then removed to a quarantaine-section, poster receives an email to correct the wrong posting and if the email returns because it doesn't exist anymore or when there is no response within 5 working days, the posting will be deleted also automatically. I volunteer for this moderating work immidiately...There should be moderators, people like us, and a super-moderator, someone from archive.org. Together we are strong!